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					         BANK OF INDIA
MID CORPORATE BRANCH, BANK OF INDIA, INDORE




                   TENDER
                       for
                 Interior Works




                Ar. Sanjay Soni
           Architects / Interior Designers

             213, Ratna Mani Complex,
               7/1 New Palasia, Indore.
        Ph. 0731-2434228, Mob: 8989005977
         Email: ar_sanjay_soni@yahoo.com



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NOTICE INVITING TENDER

Issued to.......................................................................................................


Name of the work:............                      The Interior works of Mid Corporate Branch, Bank Of India,
                                                   Indore

Time Period for Work:........                      20 Days (Including Holiday, Rainy season and Mobilaisation)


EMD for the Work:.............                     24,000/- ( DD In favour of Bank of India, Indore)


Tender cost:......................                 300/- ( DD In favour of Bank of India)


Time & date of submission of tender ...........up to 3.00 PM.......on..                                     10/ 09 /2011


Time & date of opening of tender                          ...........on 4.00 PM............on..              10/ 09 /2011



The Bank does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender and reserves to itself the right
to accept or reject any or all tenders, either in whole or in part, without assigning any reason
for doing so.
Thank you,
Yours truly,

Sd/-.
Deputy Zonal Manager
Bank of India

Indore
Date




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                                        FORM OF TENDER

To,

Deputy ZM,
Bank of India
Regional Office, Indore

Dear Sirs,

             Ref: Interior works for Bank of India, Mid Corporate Branch, Bank Of India,
             Indore.

Having examined the plans, specifications and schedule of quantities prepared by
your Architect, Sanjay Soni, and satisfying ourselves as to the location of the site and
working conditions, I/we hereby offer to execute the above works at the respective
rates which I/we have quoted for the items in the Schedule of Quantities.

I/We herewith deposit Rs.24,000/-only by Demand Draft or Banker‟s Cheque drawn in
favour of Bank of India DD NO........................................... as Earnest Money Deposit for
the execution of the works at my/our tendered rates together with any variations
should the work be awarded to me / us.

In the event of this tender being accepted, I/we agree to enter into and execute the
necessary contract required by you. I/We do hereby bind myself/ourselves to forfeit
the aforesaid deposit of Rs.24,000/- in the event of our refusal or delay in signing the
Contract Agreement. I/we further agree to execute and complete the work within
the time frame stipulated in the tender documents. I/we agree not to employ Sub-
Contractors without the prior approval of the Bank.

I/we agree to pay Sales Tax, Works Contract Tax, Excise Tax, Octroi, VAT, Duties, all
Royalties and all other applicable taxes prevailing and be levied from time to time on
such items for which the same are leviable and the rates quoted by me/us are
inclusive of the same.

I/we understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest tender or bound to
assign any reasons for rejecting our tender. I/we further understand that Bank of India
may award Contracts for Interior to more than one Contractors and that I/we shall
make no claims whatsoever if Bank of India accept only a part of my/our tender. We
unconditionally agree to Bank of India‟s preconditions a stipulated in the tender
documents.




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I/We agree that in case of my/our failure to execute work in accordance with the
specifications and instructions received from the Owner or the Architect/Consultants
appointed by the Bank, during the course of the work, Bank reserves the right to
terminate my contract and forfeit the Earnest money deposit paid by me in additions
to recovery of all the dues to the Bank from the payment receivable by me. Further I
may also be barred from tendering in future for the Bank and its subsidiaries.

I/we agree to keep our tender open for 120 days from the date of opening of
envelope i.e. (Commercial bid).

Yours truly,


Place:

Date:

To be signed by the Authorized Representative of Tenderer holding Power of Attorney




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INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS:

1.0   Location:

1.1   The site is located at Ground floor, Airen Heights, A.B. Road, Bank of India, Indore

1.3   The Tenderer is advised to inspect the site to ascertain the nature of site, access
      thereto, location, facilities for procurement of materials.

2.0   Submission of Tender:
2.1   Tender must be submitted in original and as per details given hereunder. The
      rates shall be filled in the Schedule given in, of the tender document.

2.4   The Tenderer is requested to quote strictly as per the terms and conditions and
      specifications given in the tender document and not to stipulate any deviations.

3.0   All pages to be initialed:
      All signatures in tender documents shall be dated and stamped. All pages of
      Rate quatations shall be initialed at the lower right hand corner or signed .

4.0   Rates to be in figures and words:
      The Tenderer should quote in English both in figures as well as in words the rates
      and amounts tendered by him in the Schedule of Rates.

5.0   Corrections and Erasures
      No corrections and alterations in the entries of tender papers shall be permitted.
      If any they shall be signed and dated in full by the Tenderer. Corrections with
      white fluid and overwriting are not permitted.

7.0   Any printing or typographical errors/omission in tender document shall be
      referred to the Architect/Interior Designers appointed by the Bank and their
      interpretation regarding correction shall be final and binding on Contractor.

8.0   Earnest money:

      8.1   The Tenderer shall pay the amount of Earnest Money as mentioned in the
            Notice Inviting Tender, by Bank Demand Draft/Banker‟s cheque payable
            to Bank of India, at Indore. No interest on Earnest Money deposited by the
            Tenderer shall be allowed. The Tenderer should attach the bank
            draft/banker‟s cheque along with the tender failing which the tender will
            not be considered.

      8.2   The Earnest Money of the unsuccessful Tenderers will be refunded within a
            reasonable period of time without any interest.



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8.3    The Earnest Money deposited by the successful Tenderer shall be retained as
       part of Security Deposit.

8.4     The Security Deposit shall be forfeited if the Contractor fails to observe any
       terms and conditions of the Contract.

9.0     Validity:
       Tenders submitted by Tenderers shall remain valid for acceptance for
       a period up to 120 days from the date of opening of tender. The Tenderers
       shall not be entitled during the period of validity, without the consent in writing
       of Bank to revoke or cancel his tender or to vary the tender given or any terms
       thereof.


10.0   Right to accept or reject tender:

10.1   The acceptance of a tender will rest with the Bank who do not bind themselves
       to accept lowest tender and reserve to themselves the authority to reject any or
       all the tenders received without assigning any reasons. They also reserve the
       right of accepting the whole or any part of the tender and the Tenderers shall
       be bound to perform the same at the rates quoted. All tenders in which any of
       the prescribed conditions are not fulfilled or are incomplete in any respect or
       there is any correction not duly signed and dated by the Tenderer are liable to
       be rejected. For this purpose Tenderer shall quote rates for various items which
       will be self sufficient to meet their whole costs for executing any / every item. No
       demand for variations in rates for items executed shall be entertained on the
       plea of the Bank deciding to delete, alter or reduce the quantities specified in
       respect of the any item.

10.2   The work may be awarded to one or more agencies duly splitting the work at
       the entire discretion of the Bank and the Architect/Interior Designer. The quoted
       rates shall hold good for such an eventuality.

11.0       Rates:

11.1   The Bank is not concerned with any rise or fall in the prices of materials and
       labour. The rates quoted shall include all costs, allowances, taxes including sales
       tax on works contract or any other charges including any enhanced labour
       rates etc. which may become effective for any reason including those due to
       acts of Government/ Statutory Bodies enacted from time to time by the State
       and or the Central Government. Under no circumstances, shall the Bank be held
       responsible for compensation or loss to the contractor due to any increase in
       the cost of labour or materials etc.




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11.2   The rate quoted in the tender shall also include electric and water
       consumption charges for construction and erection. If power and water are
       available at the site, the Contractor shall have to make his own arrangements
       to obtain the connections from the available sources at his own expense and
       maintain an efficient service of electric light and power and water and shall pay
       for the services consumed and maintain the installations at his own cost. If no
       power and water are available at the site, the Contractor shall have to make his
       own arrangements to obtain power and water connections and maintain at his
       own expense an efficient service of electric light and power and shall pay for
       the electricity consumed.


11.3   Contractor to coordinate and assist the Architect/Interior Designer in obtaining
       all statutory approvals including MMC, CFO and any other State and Central
       rules in force. Any expenses incurred in obtaining such approvals are deemed
       included in the rates quoted by the Contractors.

12 Payments for the work to be executed under this contract shall be made as per
   the tender document, and no variation in the mode of payment will be
   acceptable.

13 The Tenderer shall guarantee that the work shall conform to the detailed
   specifications.


15. I / We hereby declare that I / We have read and understood the above
   instructions for the guidance of the Tenderers.

16.    The Bank reserves the right to reproduce partly or fully the items executed on site
       anywhere in the country premises and no copyright claims shall be made by
       any contractor of any description from the Bank.

17.    The Bank has the right to delete items, reduce or increase the scope of work
       without the contractor claiming any compensation for the reduction in the
       scope of work.


                                                               Signature of Tenderer
                                                 Address ___________________________
                                                         ___________________________
                                                         ___________________________
                                                   Date:_______________________________




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THE CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

1.   GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

     1.1.   In construing these conditions and the specifications, Schedule of
            Quantities and Contract Agreement, the following words shall have the
            meanings herein assigned to them except where the subject or context
            otherwise requires:

     1.2.   "Bank" shall mean “Bank of India” with its Office 345, PU-4 Scheme no. 54
            A.B.Road, Indore and shall include his/their heirs, legal representatives,
            assignees and successors.

     1.3.   The “Architect/Consultant” shall mean Ar. Sanjay Soni,Indore having their
            Registered Office at 213 RatnaMani Complex, 7/1 New Palasia, Indore,
            appointed by Bank for the said works.

2.   SCOPE OF CONTRACT:

     2.1.   The contract comprises of the construction, completion and maintenance
            of the works, provision of all labour, materials, constructional plant,
            temporary works and everything whether of a temporary or permanent
            nature required in and for such construction, completion and
            maintenance.

     2.2.   The Contractor shall carry out and complete the works in every respect in
            accordance with this Contract and with the directions of and to the
            satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant/Bank. The Architect/Consultant
            may in his absolute discretion and from time to time issue further drawings
            and/or written instructions, details, directions and explanations, which are
            hereafter collectively referred to as “instructions”. These instructions shall
            be reflected either in the minutes or in any other form when Bank‟s
            approval/ consent is obtained in regard to: -

            2.2.1.   The variation or modification of the design, quality or quantity of
                     works or the addition or omission or substitution of any work.

            2.2.2.   Any discrepancy in or divergence between the Drawings or
                     between the Schedule of quantities and/or Drawings and/or
                     specifications.

            2.2.3.   The removal from the site of any materials brought thereon by
                     the Contractor and the substitutions of any other materials
                     thereof.



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            2.2.4.      The removal and/or re-execution of any works executed by the
                        Contractor.

            2.2.5.      The postponement of any work to be executed under the
                        provisions of this Contract.

            2.2.6.      The dismissal from the works of any person employed thereupon.

            2.2.7.      The opening up for inspection of any work covered up.

            2.2.8.      The amending and making good of any defects.

            2.2.9.      Co-ordination of work with other agencies appointed by the
                        Bank for due fulfillment of the total work.


3.   GENERAL OBLIGATIONS

     3.1.   CONTRACT:
            The contractor shall enter into and execute a contract in the form
            annexed hereto within the line specified in the letter of intent and in
            default thereof the earnest money paid by the contractor shall be
            forfeited and acceptance of this tender shall be considered as
            withdrawn. The cost of the stamp of the agreement is to be borne and
            paid by the contractor.

     3.2.   TOTAL SECURITY DEPOSIT:

            Total Security Deposit shall comprise:
                    Earnest Money Deposit
                    Initial Security Deposit
                    Retention Money

     3.1.1 EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT:

                     a) The Tenderer shall deposit an amount of Rs 24,000/-(Rupees
                        Twenty four thousand only) in the form of Demand Draft or
                        Banker‟s cheque drawn in favour of Bank of India at the time of
                        submission of tender as Earnest Money.

                     b) No tender shall be considered unless the Earnest Money is so
                        deposited. No Interest shall be paid on this Earnest Money
                        Deposit.




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                c) The Earnest Money of an unsuccessful Tenderer will be refunded,
                   without any interest, soon after the decision to award the work is
                   taken.

                d) The Earnest Money Deposit shall stand absolutely forfeited if the
                   Tenderer revokes his tender at any time during the period .




   3.1.2 RETENTION MONEY:

      3.1.2.1   In addition to the Initial Security Deposit, retention money shall be
                deducted from running account bills at 10% of gross value of
                certified work.


      3.1.2.2   The Balance 100% of retention amount will be released upon
                completion of 6 Months from the date of acceptance of
                Completion within 15 days after adjusting all dues if any from the
                contractor.

3.2 ACCESS TO WORKS:

         The Architect/Consultant/Bank and any person authorised by them shall
         at all reasonable times have free access to the works, and to the
         workshops, Factories or other places where materials are being prepared
         or constructed for the Contract and also to any place where the
         materials are lying or from which they are being obtained. The Contractor
         shall give every facility to the Architect/Consultant/Bank and their
         representatives for inspection and examination and test of the materials
         and workmanship. No person unless authorised by the
         Architect/Consultant or the Bank, except the Representatives of Statutory
         Public Authorities authorised by the Bank, shall be allowed on the works at
         any time. If any work is to be done at a place other than the site of the
         works, the Contractor shall obtain the written permission of the
         Architect/Consultant/ Bank for doing so.

3.3 TENDERER TO VISIT SITE:

         Each Tenderer must before submitting his tender visit the site of works so as
         to ascertain the physical site conditions and prices, availability and quality
         of materials according to Specifications before submitting the quotations.



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3.4 PAYMENTS & CERTIFICATION

  3.4.1 CERTIFICATE & PAYMENT:

     3.4.1.1   The Contractor shall be entitled for periodic Interim Certificates for
               work done of a minimum value as specified in Appendix hereto to
               be issued by the Architect/Consultant to the Contractor, and within
               stipulated number of days for ad hoc payment (if allowed) and for
               full settlement of the bill as indicated in appendix to General
               Condition of Contract hereto, subject to work being executed in
               accordance with this Contract and reasonable scrutiny by the
               Bank. The Retention at the given percentage rate of the value of
               certified work as indicated in the appendix subject to the specified
               limit shall be deducted from running bills. The Contractor shall be
               entitled under the Certificate to be issued by the
               Architect/Consultant, to receive payment of 50% of the total
               retention amount (deducted from all the running account
               payments) and 100% security amount (2% of the contract amount
               collected on award of the contract) after virtual completion and
               balance 50% of the retention amount at the end of the defects
               liability period, provided the defects are made good, according to
               the true intent and meaning hereof after due completion of work.
               Should any decorative works or painting be deferred on the
               Instruction of the Architect/Consultant under the relevant “Clause
               For "Suspension of Works", payments for such decorative work or
               painting shall be made up to the stipulated percentage on
               completion and the balance at the expiration of 6 months from
               that      date.   Provided    always   that    the    issue    by  the
               Architect/Consultant of any certificate during the progress of the
               works or after their completion shall not have effect as a Certificate
               of satisfaction or relieve the Contractor from his liability under the
               clause “Defects after Completion” and within the extent and
               period provided by the Statute of Limitations.

     3.4.1.2   The Architect/Consultant shall have the powers to withhold any
               Certificate if the works or any part thereof is not carried out to his
               satisfaction.

     3.4.1.3   The Architect/Consultant may by any Certificate make any
               correction in any previous certificates, which shall have been issued
               by him. In the event if it comes to the Bank‟s notice any omission or
               corrections required in bill certified by Architect/Consultant, the
               Bank shall effect necessary corrections and the contractor shall be


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               bound to accept the same. This certificate is particularly essential
               for settlement and payment of the Final Bill.

     3.4.1.4   The Contractor shall submit interim bills only after working out the
               appropriate         measurements         jointly    recorded     with
               Architect/Consultant at site in a register and showing the register to
               Architect/Consultant. This is not only to regulate the correctness of
               the quantity but also to facilitate expeditious clearing of the bills.
               The bills shall be submitted in the following proforma.

3.5 DATE OF COMPLETION:

  3.5.1 The entire work shall be completed in all respects including testing within
        the period stipulated in the Appendix to General Conditions of Contract.

  3.5.2 Time is the essence of the Contract.

  3.5.3 The work shall not be considered as complete until the
        Architect/Consultant have certified virtual completion in writing. The
        defects liability period shall commence from the date of such certificate.


  3.5.4 DELAY AND EXTENSION OF TIME:

     3.5.4.1 If in the opinion of the Bank the works be delayed
        3.5.4.1.1 by force majeure or
        3.5.4.1.2 by reason of any exceptionally inclement weather or
        3.5.4.1.3 by reason of proceedings taken or threatened by the dispute
                  with adjoining or neighboring Banks or public authorities arising
                  otherwise than through the Contractor‟s own default or
        3.5.4.1.4 by the works or delays of other Contractors or tradesmen
                  engaged or nominated by the Bank or the Architect/Consultant
                  and not referred to in the Schedule of Quantities and/or
                  Specifications or
        3.5.4.1.5 by reason of the Architect/Consultant’s instructions.
        3.5.4.1.6 by reason of civil commotion, legal combination of strike or lock-
                  out affecting any of the building traders or in consequence of
                  the Contractor not having received in due time necessary
                  instructions from the Architect/Consultant for which he shall have
                  specifically applied in writing, ahead of time, giving the
                  Consultant reasonable time to prepare such instructions, the
                  Bank shall make a fair and reasonable extension of time for
                  completion of the Contract works. In case of such strike orlock-
                  out, the Contractor shall, as soon as may be, given written notice
                  thereof to the Architect/Consultant, but the Contractor shall


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                    nevertheless constantly use his endeavors to prevent delay and
                    shall do all that may reasonably be required to the satisfaction of
                    the Architect/Consultant to proceed with the work.

     3.5.4.2   The Contractor shall proactively take all practicable steps to avoid
               or reduce any delay in the execution and completion of the works
               arising out of

        3.5.4.2.1 Force Majeure
        3.5.4.2.2 Exceptionally inclement weather
        3.5.4.2.3 Loss and damage by fire and earthquake
        3.5.4.2.4 Civil commotion, lockout, strike etc.
        3.5.4.2.5 Delay on the part of the nominated Sub-Contractor or
                  nominated supplier.
        3.5.4.2.6 Delay on the part of the other Contractors employed by the
                  Bank.


3.6 WORK AT NIGHT:

  3.6.1 If the Contractor is required to work at night in order to complete the work
        within the Time Schedule, the Contractor shall provide and maintain at his
        own cost sufficient lights to enable the work to proceed satisfactorily
        without danger. Approaches to the site also shall be sufficiently lighted by
        the Contractor. No extra payments will be made for night work. Prior
        intimation and approval should also be taken from Architect/Consultant.


3.7 WORK ON HOLIDAY:

  3.7.1 No work shall be done on national holidays that may be notified by the
        Bank without the specific sanction in writing of the Bank/
        Architect/Consultant.


  3.7.2 FACILITIES TO OTHER CONTRACTORS

     3.7.2.1   The Contractor shall give full facilities and co-operation to other
               Contractors employed by the Bank and shall afford them
               reasonable opportunity for the execution of their works and for
               properly connecting and co-coordinating their works with the work
               of the other Contractors. The decision of the Architect/Consultant
               on any points of dispute between the various Contractors shall be
               final and binding on all parties concerned.



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  3.7.3 STORES AT SITE:

     3.7.3.1   The Contractor shall be allotted space / existing rooms on site
               subject to availability.    The Contractor shall make his own
               arrangements to enclose, secure and guard the space allotted to
               him. Wherever there may be materials, which are likely to
               deteriorate by the action of the sun, rain or other elements, all such
               materials, tools etc shall be duly protected by the Tenderer from
               damage by weather or any other cause. All such stores and yards
               shall be cleared away and ground left in good and proper order,
               on completion of this Contract unless otherwise expressly
               mentioned herein.


  3.7.4 CLEARING THE SITE OF WORKS:

     3.7.4.1   The Contractor shall clear site of works as per the instructions of the
               Architect/Consultant. The site of works shall be cleared of all men,
               materials, sheds, etc. belonging to the Contractor. The site shall be
               delivered in a clean and neat condition as required by the
               Architect/Consultant within a period of one week after the job is
               completed. In case of failure by the Contractor, the Bank under
               advice of the Architect/Consultant will have the right to get the site
               cleared at the risk and cost of the Contractor to the satisfaction of
               the Architect/Consultant.



  3.7.5 PREPARATION FOR OCCUPATION AND USE ON COMPLETION:

     3.7.5.1   On completion of the work, the Contractor shall inform the
               Architect/Consultant in writing that he has finished the work and it is
               ready for the Architect/Consultant’s/Bank‟s inspection. The
               Contractor shall clean all his works and all the rooms under his
               charge. He will leave the entire works neat and clean and ready
               for occupation and to the satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant.


3.8 RISK MANAGEMENT

  3.8.1 WORK PERFORMED AT CONTRACTOR’S RISK: The Contractor shall take all
        precautions necessary and shall be responsible for the safety of the work
        and shall maintain all safe guards, including providing for guards, proper
        lights, signs, temporary passages, or other protection necessary for the
        purpose. All work shall be done at the Contractor‟s risk, and if any loss or


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     damage shall result from fire or from other cause, the Contractor shall
     promptly repair or replace such loss or damage free from all expenses to
     the Bank. The Contractor shall be responsible for any loss or damage to
     materials, tools or other articles used or held for use in connection with the
     work. The work shall be carried on and completed without damage to
     any work or property of the Bank or of others and without interference
     with the operation of existing machinery or equipment, if any.

3.8.2 CONTRACTOR’S LIABILITY AND INSURANCE

  3.8.2.1   From commencement to completion of works, the Contractor shall
            take full responsibility for the care of the work and for taking
            precautions to prevent loss or damage to the work to the maximum
            extent possible and shall be liable for any damage or loss that may
            arise to the works or any part thereof from any cause whatsoever
            including causes of fire, lightening, explosion, fire, earthquake,
            storm, hurricane, floods, inundation, subsidence, landslides, rock
            slides, riots (excluding civil war, rebellion, revolution and insurrection)
            or any latent defect or damage and shall at his own cost repair and
            make good the same so that at all times the work shall be in good
            order and condition and in conformity in every respect with the
            requirements of the Contract.

            Explanation: For the purpose of this condition, the expression "from
            commencement to completion of works" shall mean the period
            starting with the date of issue of the work order or date of handing
            over of site whichever is later and ending with issue of Virtual
            Completion Certificate. For the purpose of this Insurance clause
            only, handing over of site shall also include any handing over of
            space to the Contractor for the purpose of storage of materials and
            equipment.

  3.8.2.2   Without limiting the obligations and responsibilities under this
            condition, the Contractor shall insure and keep insured the works
            from commencement to completion, as aforesaid, as increased by
            25% of the contract value against the risk of loss or damage from
            any cause whatsoever including the causes enumerated in the
            foregoing Clause (a). In the event of there being a variation in the
            nature and extent of the works, the Contractor shall from time to
            time increase or decrease the value of the insurance
            correspondingly. All the premia for the insurance shall be borne and
            paid by the Contractor. The said insurance shall also provide cover
            for the removal of debris of the lost or damaged works. The said
            insurance shall be in the joint names of the Bank and the
            Contractor, Banks name being mentioned first in the policies and


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          the Contractor shall deposit with the Bank the said policy or Policies
          before commencing the work. All money payable by the insurer
          under such Policy/Policies shall be recovered by the Bank only and
          may be paid to the Contractor or any other agency of Bank‟s
          choice in the installments for the purpose of rebuilding or replacing
          or repairing the works and/or goods destroyed or damaged as the
          case may be.

3.8.2.3   The Contractor shall at all times indemnify and keep indemnified
          the Bank against all losses, claims, damages or compensation
          including under the provisions of the payment of the Wages Act
          1936, Minimum Wages Act 1948, Bank‟s Liability Act 1938,Workman‟s
          Compensation Act 1923,the Maternity Benefit Act 1961,the Bombay
          Shops and Establishments Act1947, Industrial Disputes Act 1947, and
          Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970 and
          Employees State Insurance Act 1948, Motor Vehicles Act 1988 or
          any modifications thereof or under any other law relating thereto
          and rules made there under from time to time or as a consequence
          of any accident or injury to any workman or other person in or
          about the work whether in the employment of the Bank or
          Contractor or not, and also against all costs, charges and expenses
          of any suit, action or proceedings whatsoever out of such accident
          or injury or combination of any such claims.

3.8.2.4   Before commencing the work, the Contractor shall without limiting
          his obligations and responsibilities under this condition, insure
          against any loss of life or injury to any personnel in the employment
          of Contractor/sub-Contractor/nominated Sub-Contractor. For this
          purpose, an        insurance shall be taken by the Contractor /Sub-
          Contractor. Such insurance shall be taken to include both
          employees/ workmen covered by the Workman‟s Compensation
          Act 1923, as well as those employees /workmen not covered by the
          said Act. Separate insurance policies may be taken for
          employees/work men covered by Workman‟s Compensation Act
          1923, and employees/ workmen not covered by the said Act. All
          the premia shall be paid by the Contractor. Policy/Policies taken
          under this paragraph for the personnel in employment with the
          Contractor/Sub-Contractor may be in their Bank‟s names of the
          Contractor/Sub-Contractor/nominated Sub-Contractors. In the
          event of any loss or injury to personnel in employment with the
          Contractor/Sub-Contractor/nominated            Sub-Contractors,   the
          Employee and Contractor shall recover directly from the Insurance
          Company and ensure that payment of the same is made to the
          affected parties including the Bank. The policy in original shall be
          deposited with the Bank. However, if the Policy obtained by the


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          Contractor is not project-specific but covers several works, a
          certified copy of the Policy shall be submitted to the Bank, together
          with original which shall be returned after verification.

3.8.2.5   The Contractor shall at all times indemnify and keep indemnified
          the Bank against all losses and claims for injuries or damage to any
          person or any property whatsoever which may arise out of or in
          consequence of the construction and maintenance of the work
          and against all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs,
          charges and expenses whatsoever in respect of or in relation
          thereto. Before commencing the execution of the works, the
          Contractor shall without in any way limiting his obligations and
          liabilities under this condition, insure at his cost and expense against
          any damage or loss or injury which may be caused to any person or
          property including the Employee or servants of the Bank and the
          Consultants and their property by or in the course of the execution
          of the works. Such insurance to be known as the Third Party
          Insurance shall be in a sum equivalent to two percent of the
          estimated value of the work.


3.8.2.6   The Contractor shall provide the Bank with documentary evidence
          from time to time, that he has taken all the insurance policies
          mentioned in the foregoing paragraphs and that he has paid the
          necessary premia for keeping the policies valid till the works are
          completed and handed over to Bank.

3.8.2.7   The Contractor shall ensure that similar insurance policies are taken
          out by his sub Contractors or nominated Contractors, if any. The
          Contractor shall be responsible to the Bank or to any other person
          for any claim or loss resulting from the failure of the Sub-contractors
          or nominated Sub-Contractors to obtain such insurance policy.
          While taking the insurance policies, Contractor should indicate
          clearly to the insurance companies that policies issued should cover
          their Sub-Contractors and nominated Sub-Contractors also.

3.8.2.8   If the Contractor and/or his sub-Contractor or nominated Sub
          Contractor, if any, shall fail to effect and keep in force the
          insurance referred to above or any other insurance which he/they
          may be required to effect under the terms of the Contract, then in
          any such case, the Bank may, without being bound to effect and
          keep in force any such insurance policy and pay such premium or
          premia, as may be necessary for that purpose from time to time
          and deduct the amount so paid by the Bank from any money due



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          or becoming due to the Contractor recover the same as a debt
          due from the Contractor.

3.8.2.9   All Insurance Policies shall be obtained from nationalized Insurance
          Companies only.

3.8.2.10 Without prejudice to any of its obligations and responsibilities under
         this condition, the Contractor shall, within 21 days from the date of
         the Work Order and thereafter at the end of each quarter submit a
         report to the Bank in Proforma „C‟ annexed hereto the detailed
         information on the Insurance Policies as prescribed in the said
         proforma together with relevant documentary evidence.

3.8.2.11 No work shall be commenced by the Contractor unless and until he
         has obtained the insurance or insurance required to be obtained
         by him under or by the foregoing clauses and no work shall be
         carried out or continued by the Contractor unless and until such
         insurance is current and valid at that time. All the receipts in original
         along with two photocopies thereof, for the payment of the premia
         shall be furnished by the Contractor to the Bank. The original
         receipts will be returned to the Contractor after verification. The
         Bank reserves the right for     payment for works done subject to
         fulfillment   of   this    condition     and     shall   instruct     the
         Architect/Consultant accordingly.

3.8.2.12 In the event of any claim for insurance becoming due on account
         of any eventuality covered by the respective insurance
         policy/policies, the Contractor shall reinstate the installation,
         replace the materials or equipment‟s or pay compensations to the
         affected personnel/ Employees or their legal heirs without waiting
         for settlement of the claim from insurance company.

3.8.2.13 If the Contractor shall not perform and observe any of the duties
         and obligations devolving upon him hereunder, and such omission
         or breach by the Contractor shall involve the Bank in any liability
         tortuous or otherwise and/or loss or damage, the Bank shall be
         entitled to the restitution of such loss or damage and shall be
         entitled to recover the amount of restitution from any moneys due
         to the Contractor from the Bank under this Contract or any other
         Contract.

3.8.2.14 Upon taking possession of the works under the Contract, the Bank
         shall take out parallel insurance, to insure all persons who are not
         the Contractor‟s or the Sub-Contractor‟s or the nominated Sub-
         Contractors or the Project Management Consultant‟s staff or the


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         agent of the Banks authorised representatives on getting the
         occupation certificate, the Bank will maintain their own insurance
         Policy and the Contractors will cease to be responsible for the
         insurance of Bank's personnel.

3.8.2.15 The Contractor shall ensure the validity of the insurance Policies. The
         Contractors shall hand over the insurance policies to the Bank
         through the Architect/Consultant. Once delays are certified by the
         Architect/Consultant, he shall have to ensure that the insurance
         Policies are progressively extended.

3.8.2.16 The Banks‟ insurance Policy shall cover the risk for Banks‟ agents,
         Consultants, Architect/Consultants etc. appointed by the Bank.

3.8.2.17 The Bank shall insure the building in totality on obtaining possession
         of the building and other structures.

   Insurance in respect of damages to persons & property

      1. The contractor shall be responsible for all injury to persons,
         Neighboring Properties, animals or things, and for all structural and
         decorative damage to property which may arise from the
         operation or neglect of himself or of any nominated Sub-
         contractor's employees, whether such injury damage arise from
         carelessness, accident or any other cause whatever in any way
         connected with the carrying out of this contract. This clause shall be
         held to include inter alia, any damage to buildings, whether
         immediately adjacent or otherwise, and any damage to roads,
         streets, foot-paths, bridges or ways as well as all damage caused to
         the building and works forming the subject of this contract, by frost
         or other inclemency or whether. The Contractor shall indemnify the
         Bank from any such injury or damage to persons or property as
         aforesaid and also in any award of compensation or damages
         consequent upon such claims.
      2. The Contractor shall reinstate all damage of every sort mentioned in
         the Clause, so as to deliver up the whole of the contract works
         complete and perfect in every respect and so as to make good or
         otherwise satisfy all claims for damage to the property of third
         parties.
      3. The Contractor shall indemnify the Bank against all claims, which
         may be made against the Bank by any member of the public or
         other third party in respect of
      4. anything which may arise in respect of the works or in consequence
         thereof and shall at his own expense arrange to effect and
         maintain, Until the virtual completion of the contract, with an


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      approved Office a Policy of Insurance in the joint names of Bank
      and the Contractor against such risks and deposit such Policy or
      Policies with the Architect from time to time during the currency of
      this Contract.
   5. The Contractor shall similarly indemnify the Bank against all claims
      which may be made upon the Bank whether under The workmen's
      Compensation Act or any other statute in force during the currency
      of this Contract or at common law in respect of any employee of
      the Contractor or any Sub- Contractor and shall at his own expense
      effect and maintain, until the virtual completion of the contractor,
      with an approved office, a policy of Insurance in the joint names of
      the employee and the contractor against such risks and deposits
      such Policy or Policies with the Architect from time to time during
      the currency of this Contract.
   6. The Contractor shall be responsible for anything, which may be
      excluded from the Insurance Policies above referred to, and also for
      all the damages to any property arising out of and incidental to the
      negligent or defective carrying out of this contract. He shall also
      indemnify the Bank in respect of any costs, charges and expenses
      arising out of any claim or proceedings and also in respect of any
      award of or compensation of damage arising there from.
   7. The Bank with the concurrence of the Architect shall be at liberty
      and is hereby empowered to deduct the amount of any damage,
      compensation, costs, charges and expenses arising or occurring
      from or in respect of any such claim or damage from any sum or
      sums due or become due to the contractor.

Fire Insurance :

   1. The Contractor shall at the time of signing the Contract, Insure the
      works and keep them Insured until the virtual completion of the
      contract, against losses or damages by fire, as approved by the
      Architect, in the joint names of the Bank and the Contractor (the
      name of the former being placed first in the policy) for the full
      amount of the contract and for any further sum being allowed to
      the Contractor as an authorized extra. Such policy shall cover the
      property or the Bank only, fees for assessing the claim and in
      connection with his services generally therein and shall not cover
      any property of the contractor or of any sub-contractor of the Bank.
      The contractor shall deposit the policy and receipts for the
      premiums of the same with the Architect within Ten days of the
      signing the contract or on receipt of the Work order, whichever is
      earlier unless otherwise instructed by the Architect. In default of the
      contractor insuring as provided above, the Bank or the Architect on
      his behalf may so issue any may deduct the premium paid for any


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                  money due to the contractor. The contractor shall as soon as the
                  claim under the policy is settled, or the work reinstated by the
                  insurance office, should they elect to do so, proceed with all due
                  diligence with the completion or the work in the same manner as
                  though the fire had not occurred and in all respects under the same
                  conditions of the contract. The contractor shall be entitled to such
                  extension of the time for completion as the Architect deems fit.

               2. The amount so due as aforesaid shall be total value of the works
                  duly executed and of the contract materials and goods delivered
                  upon the site for use in the work up to and including a date not
                  more than seven days prior to the date of the said certificate less
                  the amount to be retained by the Bank (As hereinafter provided)
                  and loss any installment, previously paid under this clause. Provided
                  that such certificates shall only include the value of the said
                  materials and goods as and from time they are reasonably,
                  properly and not prematurely brought upon the site and then only if
                  properly stored and/or protected weather.)

4    FAILURE OF PERFORMANCE

    4.1 DAMAGES FOR NON-COMPLETION:

      4.1.1 If the Contractor fails to complete any or all the works by the date/s
            named in the relevant clauses for "Date of Completion" and "Extension of
            Time" and if the Architect/Consultant shall certify in writing on or before
            the date of issue of the Certificate for the last payment to which the
            Contractor may become entitled hereunder that the works could
            reasonably have been completed by the date or within the said
            extended time, then the Contractor shall pay or allow the Bank the sum to
            be worked out at 1% of Contract value per day to be recovered as
            Liquidated Damages (and not by way of penalty) for the delay, beyond
            the said date or extended time, as the case may be, during which the
            works shall remain unfinished and such damages may be deducted from
            any moneys due or which may become due to the Contractor. The
            maximum amount of Liquidated Damages shall be the amount not
            exceeding Total Security Deposit. The contractor shall be bound to extend
            validity of Insurance Cover till such period of completion as to be
            considered necessary at their cost.

    4.2 TERMINATION OF CONTRACT BY THE BANK

      4.2.1 If the Contractor being an individual or a firm, commits any act of
            insolvency or shall be adjudged as Insolvent or being an incorporated
            Company shall have an order for Compulsory winding up or applies for


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   voluntary winding up or subject to the supervision of the Court and of the
   Official Assignee or the Liquidator in such acts of Insolvency or winding up
   shall be unable within seven days after notice to him requiring him to do
   so, to show to the reasonable satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant that
   he is able to carry     out and fulfill the Contract, and to give security
   therefore, if so required by the Architect/Consultant or if the Contractor
   (whether an individual firm or incorporated Company) shall suffer
   execution to be issued, or shall suffer any payment under this Contract, to
   be attached by or on behalf of any of the creditors of the Contractor.

          or shall assign or sub-let the Contract without the consent in writing
   of the Architect/Consultant first obtained.

        or shall charge or encumber this Contract or any payments due or
   which might become due to the Contractor there under,

        or if the Architect/Consultant shall certify in writing to the Bank that
   the Contractor

4.2.1.1   Has abandoned the Contract, or

4.2.1.2   Has failed to commence the works, or has without any lawful
          excuse under these conditions suspended the progress of the works
          for seven days after receiving from the Consultant written notice to
          proceed, or

4.2.1.3   Has failed to proceed with the works with such due diligence and
          failed to make such due progress as would enable the works to be
          completed within the time agreed upon, or

4.2.1.4   Has failed to remove materials from the site or to pull down and
          replace work for seven days after receiving from the Consultant
          written notice that the said materials or work were condemned and
          rejected by the Architect/Consultant under these conditions, or

4.2.1.5   Has neglected or failed persistently to observe and perform all or
          any of the acts, matters or things by this Contract to be observed
          and performed by the Contractor for seven days after written
          notice shall have been given to the Contractor requiring the
          Contractor to observe or perform the same, or

4.2.1.6   Has to the detriment of good workmanship or in defiance of the
          Architect/Consultant instructions to the contrary sublet any part of
          the Contract.



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     Then in any of the said cases the Bank may not withstanding any previous
     waiver, after giving seven days notice in writing to the Contractor,
     determine the Contract but without thereby affecting the powers of the
     Architect/Consultant or the obligations and liabilities of the Contractor,
     the whole of which shall continue in force as fully as if Contract has not
     been determined and as if the works subsequently executed had been
     executed by or on behalf of the Contractor. And further, the Bank, may
     enter upon and take possession of the work and all plant, tools,
     scaffoldings, sheds, machinery, steam and other power, utensils and
     materials lying upon the premises or the adjoining lands or roads and use
     the same as his own property or may          employ the same by means of
     his own servants and workmen carrying on and completing the works or
     by employing any other Contractors or other persons to complete the
     works, and the Contractor shall not in any way interrupt or do any act,
     matter or things to prevent or hinder such other Contractor or other
     person or persons employed for completing and finishing or using the
     materials and plant for the works. When the works shall be completed or
     as soon thereafter as convenient, the Architect/Consultant shall give a
     notice in writing to the Contractor to remove his surplus materials and
     plant, and should the Contractor fail to do so within a period of 14 days
     after receipt thereof by him the Bank shall sell the same by public auction,
     or otherwise and shall give credit to the Contractor for the amount
     realized after deducting there from the costs of removal and sales by the
     Bank for the values of the said plant and material so taken possession of
     by the Bank and the expense or loss which the Bank shall have been put
     to in procuring the works to be completed and the amount, if any, owing
     to the Contractor and the amount which shall be so certified shall
     thereupon be paid by the Bank, to the Contractor, or, by the Contractor
     to the Bank, as the case may be, and the certificate of the
     Architect/Consultant shall be final and conclusive between the parties.
     On termination of the Contract, the Contractor shall forthwith remove
     himself and his workmen from the works site.

4.2.2 INSURANCE POLICIES:

  4.2.2.1   The Contractor shall not commence any work at site, until all the
            insurance Policies, as required here and in terms of the General
            Conditions of Contract, have been submitted to the Bank. Renewal
            of the same if required due to extension of time for completion or
            similar reasons is also the responsibility of the Contractor.
  4.2.2.2   Notwithstanding anything to the contrary mentioned in the
            Contract, Contractors have to submit all Insurance Policies to the
            Bank directly to make the Bank satisfy themselves regarding
            adequacy of values of Insurance, validity etc. as per contractual
            clauses.


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          4.2.2.3      The Contractor shall arrange for renewals of these policies on their
                       own. Any omissions to do so or delay in non-receipt of any informa-
                       tion will be no excuse for failure to renew them or keep them in
                       force without a break.


5    ROLE OF ARCHITECT / ARCHITECT/CONSULTANT

    5.1 ROLE OF THE ARCHITECT/CONSULTANT

       5.1.1 Architect/Consultant’s duties are to design, control and supervise the
             works and to test any materials to be used or workmanship employed in
             connection with the works, quality control, project scheduling and
             monitoring and co-coordinating with all other agencies and Civil
             Contractor, checking of measurements, certification of bills, preparing
             extra deviation items, preparing minutes of meetings etc.


    5.2 SITE VISITS:

       5.2.1 The Architect/Consultant /Bank shall visit the site from time to time at their
             discretion, or when expressly called upon to do so, to co-ordinate various
             activities and/or to answer such queries that may be posed at site on
             interior drawings.


    5.3 ADDRESS FOR SERVICE

       5.3.1 All letters and Notices under or pursuant to these presents shall be hand
             delivered against acknowledgement or sent by Registered Post with
             Acknowledgement Due at the respective addresses mentioned below.
             Any change in the addresses shall be duly intimated by the concerned
             Party to all others.

                       Address for the Bank
                       DGM
                       Bank of India
                       Zonal Office,
                       345, PU-4 Scm. No. 54
                       A.B. Road, INdore




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                  Address for the Architect/Consultants
                  
                  213, Ratna Mani Complex,
                  7/1 New Palasia, Indore.
                  Ph. 0731-2434228, Mob: 8989005977
                  Email: ar_sanjay_soni@yahoo.com



  5.4 TAKING OVER
     5.4.1 Upon the successful completion of all the tests to be conducted at site on
           the materials/items executed by the contractor, the Architect/Consultant
           shall issue a recommendation letter to the Bank confirming that the
           interiors is ready to be taken over by the Bank. Issuance of such
           recommendation letter for taking over shall not relieve the contractor of
           any of his obligations under the terms and conditions of contract.

  5.5 DISPUTES
     5.5.1 ARBITRATION:

        5.5.1.1   Any dispute, controversy or claims out of or relating to this Work
                  Order or breach, or termination or invalidity thereof, shall be settled
                  by Arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation
                  Act, 1996 as at present in force.

     5.5.2 LEGAL:

        5.5.2.1   All disputes and differences of any kind whatsoever arising out of or
                  in connection with the Work Order whether during or after
                  completion of contract shall be deemed to have arisen at Indore
                  and only Courts in Indore shall have jurisdiction to determine the
                  same.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

  1. Tenderers shall go through all documents before quoting rates and provide for
     necessary cost as may be included in either bill or material or specifications.

  2. Tenderers shall be given prices in blank column Entries in English made in ink.
     Arrive also at the grand total must also fill in all “rates only columns” and sign all
     corrections.

  3. Tender shall be invalid unless all rates are filled in. No arbitrary condition shall be
     submitted. Tenders shall be signed by all the legal partners of the firm.



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4. Each of the tender documents shall be signed by the Tenderer.

5. The Tenderer whose tender is accepted shall be bound to enter in to the
   contract within eight days of intimation from BANK.

6. Work shall be done night and day without extra charge, if necessary.

7. Tenderer shall provide for stacking of materials in such a way as to facilitate
   rapid checking of quantities.

8. Materials supplied by owner shall be used only in owner‟s work.

9. Contractors shall pay any local charges relating to execution of work.

10. Contractor shall allow for all wastages in the rates.

11. Contractor shall arrange for all temporary connections.

12. No extras shall be paid, quantity sheets and drawings both are to be considered
    jointly and Architect/Consultant is the final authority for the interpretation.

13. Site instruction shall be deemed for proper execution, and shall be carried out
    without extra charge.

14. Order book with numbered pages shall be kept on site. Contractor shall carry
    out all instructions properly.

15. Contractors shall insure whole work against fire, PICT and third party.




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    APPENDIX TO GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

A   Mobilization Period                    3 Day from the date of Work Order
    Date of Commencement of
B   work on site                           5 days after the date of Work order

C   Completion Period                      30 days from date of commencement

D   Date of virtual completion             ---d0----
                                           Rs. 20,000 By Demand Draft or Banker's
E   Earnest Money Deposit                  Cheque
                                           @2% of Contract Value refundable on
                                           Virtual completion.
F   Security Deposit

G   Retention Money                        10% of the payment

                                           6 calendar months from Virtual Completion
H   Defects Liability Period
                                           5000/- per week up to max. of 5% of
J   Liquidated Damages for Delay           Contract value

K   Period of Final Measurement            1 month

L   Frequency of Interim Bills             Per 15 Days

M   Value of Interim Certificate           Rs. 3 Lacs
    Period of honoring Interim             15 working days.
N   Certificate
    Rate of Interest for delayed
P   payments                               As per prevalent Prime Lending Rate (PLR)

    Witness:

    The Contractor will be expected to submit, along with Interim Bills, “Proforma A”
    duly filled in and serially numbered with dates for all extra and deviated items of
    work. In absence of these, the extra / deviated items will not be certified for
    payment. The Contractor will be expected to submit with the Final Bill “Proforma B”
    duly completed.

                                                         SIGNATURE OF TENDERER




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PREAMBLE AND SPECIFICATIONS


The quantities given in this schedule of quantities are approximate and subject to
variations without vitiating the contract.

Pricing

      The rate for each item of work shall, unless expressly stated otherwise, include
      the following (but not limited to the list given below) for the completion of
      works in all respects as per conditions of Contract, technical specifications,
      drawing etc.:

      All taxes such as Octroi, Sales tax, Work Contract Tax, Royalties,
      Transportation, Freights, Packing and forwarding charges Insurance etc.,

      All requirements and expenses for completion of work as per Rules and
      Regulations of Local Bodies, State Government and Central Government of
      India.

      All materials, equipments, accessories, consumable, controls and instruments,
      tools, tackles, plants, scaffolding/double scaffolding labour, maintenance,
      fixing, cleaning, making good hauling, hoisting etc.,

      Wastage on material and labour.

      Loading, Unloading, handling/double handling, setting out protection from
      weather, temporary supports, platforms etc., and the maintenance, of the
      same, dismantling of temporary works, disposal of debris and all other labour
      necessary for the execution of works.

      Testing the installation as often as necessary, Contractors to arrange for all
      special instruments and tools required for such testing.
      Painting of all equipment, pipes, supports etc., as per color codes to be
      decided for various systems.

      Apportion of costs for general facilities to be used by the Contractor‟s staff
      such as lifts, electricity, telephones etc. during execution if such facilities are
      provided by other contractors and who arrange for such facilities in the first
      instance.
      Fees for testing the materials, equipment or overall installation by appropriate
      authorities.

      Supervising Civil/ Masonry / Carpentry Works done by other agencies on
      behalf of the Bank for Interior contractor.


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     All requirements of specification and drawings. Description of work given in
     the schedule of quantities is a brief description and shall be read in
     conjunction with specifications and drawings.

    Removal of POP covering and carting away all unwanted material including
  POP.

     The rates quoted by the Tenderer will be deemed to be for the finished work
     complete in all respects with accessories, fitting, mounting arrangements
     normally provided with such equipment and/or needed for execution,
     completion, safe operation of equipment as required through they may not
     have been specifically mentioned in technical specifications, drawings
     and/or schedule of equipment.

     All minor Masonry, Carpentry and Civil works such as cutting opening in
     Masonry Walls, Internal Partitions, Chasing on walls, etc. and making good
     the same to match existing works shall be provided by the contractor,
     Whenever asked for by the Architect/Consultant.

SCHEDULE OF QUANTITIES

     All items of work contracted for shall be executed strictly in accordance with
     the description of the item in the Schedule of Quantities, relevant drawings
     and specifications read in conjunction with the appropriate Indian Standard
     specifications and conditions of the contract and established Engineering
     practices.

     The rate for each item of work included in the schedule of quantities shall
     unless expressly stated otherwise include cost of:

     All materials, fixing materials, accessories sequence of operations,
     appliances, tools, plant equipment, transport labour and incidentals required
     and completion of the work called for in the item and as per specifications
     and drawings completely

     Wastage on materials and labour

     Loading transporting, unloading, handling as necessary, hoisting to all levels,
     and setting, fitting and fixing the position, protecting, disposal of debris as
     directed and all other labour necessary and to fully complete the job in
     accordance with contract documents, good practice and recognized
     principles of trade laid down in codes of practice.

     Liabilities, obligations and risks arising out of conditions of contract.


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All requirements of specifications, whether such requirements are mentioned
in the item or not shall be provided for the specifications and drawings where
available are to be read as complimentary to any part of the schedule of
quantities and any work called for in one shall be taken as required for all
similar items.

In the event of conflict between Schedule of Quantities and other
documents including the specifications the most stringent among them shall
apply and the interpretations of the consultants/owner shall be final and
binding.

The Contractor shall be paid for the actual quantity of work executed by him
in accordance with the drawings at the accepted rates.

This schedule shall be fully priced and the extensions and totals duly
checked. The rates for all items shall be filled in INK. The entries under amount
column shall be rounded off to the nearest Rupee.

No alterations whatsoever is to be made either to the description of items in
the Schedule of quantities or specifications unless such alterations, is clarified
in writing by the consultant/owner. Any such alterations, notes or additions
shall unless clarified in writing be disregarded when tender documents are
considered. Any observation on BOQ should be made in the letter
accompanying technical bid for proper consideration and on disfiguring or
overwriting in the documents is permitted.

In event of an error occurring in the amount column of the schedule, as a
result of wrong extension of unit rate and quantity, the unit rate quoted by
the Tenderer shall be regarded as firm and the extensions shall be amended
on the basis of rates.

All errors in totaling in the amount column and in carrying forward totals shall
be corrected.

Unless otherwise stated, all measurements shall be taken in accordance with
Indian standard for building of Measurements IS 1200 latest revision effective
on the date of measurement for interior items as applicable.

Any errors in quantity of items from the contract schedule shall not vitiate this
contract but shall be corrected and deemed to be a variation by the
Architect/Consultant/Owner.




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INSTRUCTIONS DURING EXECUTION

    On the advice of the Owner, the consultants may issue further drawings and
    written instructions, details, directions and explanations collectively referred to
    as “Site instruction” in regard to:

    Variations for modification of the design, quality or quantity of works as
    addition or omission or substitution of any works therein.

     Any discrepancies in the drawings or between the schedule of quantities
    and/or specifications and/or drawings.

     Removal from the site any material brought by the contractor and
    substitution of any other materials therefore.

     The dismissal or removal from work of any person employed thereupon.
     Removal/re-examination of any works executed in case of doubt of any
     nature.
     Opening up for inspection of any work covered up without proper tests by
     the Architect/Consultant.

     Oversight on the part of the Architect/Consultant/his assistant to disapprove
     any defective work or material shall not prejudice the Owner/Consultant,
     thereafter to disapprove such work or materials and to order pulling down,
     replacement, removal breaking up or reconstruction.

     The Contractor shall make his own arrangement for the engagement of all
     labour and shall be responsible for regulating their service conditions, work
     conditions in conformity with all Acts, Regulations, Rules or order of
     competent authority under relevant laws in force during the pendency of the
     contract.

     Contractor shall indemnify the Owner from all claims relating to the workers/
     staff/ sub-contractors, Salaries, Wages, Overtime, Leave, Provident Fund,
     Medical facilities, gratuity, Bonus or any other claim as applicable and
     stipulated in any statutory provisions, rules or order of competent authority.

     All materials so far as procurable shall be of the reputed make in the
     category of manufacture and bear the stamp of quality of the Bureau
     Standards wherever applicable. The contractor shall furnish documentary
     proof, test certificates and guarantees as relevant to such materials from
     manufacturers, which shall match with the date of procurement.




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PAINTING AND POLISHING

The rates shall include for provision of:

Works at all heights and use of all scaffolding quantities, ladders, cradles etc.
necessary for execution work and for inspection.

Preparing surfaces to receive finishing coats, such as brushing to remove all
extraneous materials and fungus growth, if any, preparing, scraping, washing and
rubbing etc.

Puttying, sand papering and dusting of surfaces in between coats where
applicable.

Work on cornices, narrow bands and widths, recesses grooves etc.

Finishing to approved matt texture and/or stipple finish etc. complete as directed.

Spreading and removing, covering to doors window. Floors, fittings, ducts, pipes
etc. to protect them from splashes

Washing floors, cleaning glass, joinery, electrical fittings, ducts. Pipes etc. of drops
and splashes and leaving premises clean and tidy.

FLOORING, DADO, SKIRTING AND WALL FINISHES

The rates shall include for provision of:

Use and waste of all temporary fillets, side-forms, templates, moulds, straight edges
etc.

Washing of coarse and fine aggregates, wherever required by the consultants.

Final preparation of the base, sub-grade or sub-floor including minor trimming of
the base to remove slight undulations if necessary.

Cleaning and watering the surfaces immediately before laying the floor.

Providing bedding layer of mortar as specified, in case of slabs, tiles etc. to correct
levels of slopes as called for.

Cutting, rubbing and polishing surfaces and edges where applicable.

Rounding off corners, edges and junctions of floors with skirting or dado and also
cutting recesses where required to accommodate recessed skirting.


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Forming rounded recess in floor where called for.

Providing grooves where shown on drawings.

Work in narrow widths, bands, cornices, and strips and to profiles shown at all
heights, levels, and locations and in small quantities, unless otherwise mentioned.

Curing, protecting and cleaning all finished surfaces as specified.

Work on any surface such as bricks, concrete, stone etc.

Providing grooves at the junction of plaster with other finishes as called for.

Scoring surfaces of plaster for key where the surface is not required to be finished
fair.

All samples of finishing materials shall be got approved prior to use.

Keeping the work well wet for at least 7 days.

Cutting tiles/slabs to require size/shapes providing holes etc. before laying.

Hand polishing, machine polishing, cleaning tiles with acid.

All marble work e.g. flooring, cladding, skirting, dado etc. shall have white cement
based mortar in bedding and grouts.

All ceramic tiles shall be of 1st quality.

All stone flooring to be protected by POP covering with plastic base.

CARPENTARY AND JOINERY

Rate shall include for provision of:

Unless otherwise specified, the quoted rates shall be for all joinery work with
approved Indian Teakwood, Steam beech wood free from all defects and kiln
seasoned and preservatives treated and shall be got tested in laboratory and
approved before placing or applying primer coat. The rate shall also include for
applying two coats of Solignum paint to the face of frames in contact with masonry
or concrete and the like.

The rate quoted shall include for fixing on masonry/RCC members and for 300 x 40
mm x 6 mm finished MS holdfasts embedded in PCC (1:2:4) blocks of 230 x 150 mm


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size and of width to suit the thickness of masonry wall or for anchor fasteners, coach
screws etc. of adequate size for fixing to RCC members, as

Care shall be taken to thoroughly clean the hardware, fittings, glass panes, doors,
etc. of the waste cement marks, left over paint marks etc.

The rate shall include for providing temporary supports etc., for fixing of frames and
shutters at all levels.

The rate quoted shall be inclusive of any chiseling work, raking of sides, sills, soffits, if
required and making good the surface.

The sizes mentioned are for finished items.

Also the rate quoted shall include for:

Planing and finishing smooth all faces of various faces as required.
All screws, nails, pins, key and such other fixing accessories.
Cutting rebates, Grooves etc. in frames/shutters as required or as directed.
Approved glue or adhesive for all joinery work.
Providing seasoned Burma T.W., beech wood best quality, beading, trimmings,
beads, weather bars etc. as called for. Providing rough grounds as per drawings.
Providing as per schedule/drawings all hardware, fittings and fixture like, latches,
hinges, tower bolts etc. locks and other items as indicated for fixing such items
supplied by the Engineer-in-charge at no extra cost.
Solignum treatment to all hidden wooden members and all board or ply faces
coming in contact with masonry or concrete faces where retarding treatment is
not called for.
Providing and applying pink primer to all wooden surfaces till the same are
painted/polished.

Filling and finishing neat gaps around frames, doors, windows etc. with approved
mastic.
Work at all heights and locations.
Wherever painting is specified it includes painting the surfaces with three coats of
first quality synthetic enamel paint of approved shade and make over a coat of
wood pink primer.
Wherever polishing is specified it include polishing the surfaces with two or more
layers of French spirit polish, with approved additives, stainers to get even shade
over a coat of primer of approved chemicals.
All plywood and blackboard edges where exposed shall be finished with teakwood
Lipping.




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Unless otherwise specified, all door shutters specified are to be solid core flush door
shutters, with topping bonded with phenol formaldehyde and confirming to
relevant Indian Standards.

FALSE CEILING
The rates shall include for:
All necessary labour, materials and use of tools and equipments for the satisfactory
completion of the job.

Work at all heights.

Work in narrow widths and all locations as called for and working to specified
patterns and profiles.

Carrying out work to correct line and level.

Providing necessary cutouts and framework for lights, fittings, AC grills, trap doors,
sprinkler heads, smoke detectors and similar including supports from ceiling where
directed for these.

No deductions for openings less than 0.1 sqm. in area.

Necessary precautions to prevent damage to the flooring and other works.

SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL
These specifications are for work to be done, items to be supplied and materials to
be used in the works as shown and defined on the drawings and described herein
all under supervision and to the entire satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant &
owner.

The workmanship is to be the best available and of a very high standard, use must
be made of specialist tradesmen in all types of work and necessary allowance must
be made for the same in the rates quoted.

The materials and items to be provided by the contractor shall be the best of their
respective kinds as specified in the tender and in accordance with the samples
approved, where materials or products are specified in these specifications and/or
Bill of Quantities by the name of the manufacturer of the brand name, trade name
or catalogue reference, the contractor will require to obtain prior approval of the
Architect/Consultant and owner for using substitute material or product. The
contractor shall produce all invoices, vouchers or receipted accounts for any
materials if called upon to do so by the Architect/Consultant and owner.

Samples of all materials are to be submitted to the Architect/Consultant/owner for
his approval before the contractor orders or delivers in bulk in the site. Samples


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together with their packing are to be provided by the Contractor free of charge
and approved samples will be retained by the owner and designer for comparison
with the materials which will be delivered to the site.

Should any materials be rejected by the Architect/Consultant/owner, they will be
removed from the site at the Contractor's expense. Also the contractor will be
required to submit specimen finishes of colours, fabrics, etc. for approval of
Architect/Consultants/ owner before proceeding with the works. Should it be
necessary to prepare shop drawings, and then four copies of such drawings shall
be submitted for approval of the Architect/Consultant who will retain two copies,
all at the Contractor's expenses.

Timber generally is to be the best of its kind, well and property seasoned, of natural
growth, free from work holes, large loose or dead knots or other defects and sawn
die square and not to suffer from warping, splitting or other defects through
handling.

Teak is to be the best quality from Dandeli free from soft heart, worm and bee
holes, and weighing not less than 50 lbs. per cubic foot with maximum moisture
contents of 12%. Teak veneers and flitches shall match each other throughout and,
where possible, shall match existing flitches in the building.

The particleboard shall be of high density, equal or superior quality to that laid in
the I.S. 3478 and as approved by the Architect/Consultant.

HARDWARE & METAL:

The hardware throughout shall be of approved manufacture and supply, well
made and equal in every respect to the approved samples to be deposited with
the owner and Architect/Consultant. For the purpose of approval of samples, the
contractor may be required to produce and provide to the Architect/Consultant,
samples from many different sources and should allow in his rates for the same.

Fittings generally shall have satin chrome or anodised finish unless otherwise stated
and shall be suitable for their intended purpose of use.

Screws are to match the finish of the article to be fixed and to be round or flat
headed or counter sunk as required.

The bronze and brass surfaces shall be covered with thick grease or other suitable
protective material renew as necessary and subsequently clean off and clear
away on completion.

Aluminium and stainless steel shall be of approved manufacture and suitable for its
particular application Generally, the surfaces of all aluminium shall have an


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anodised finish and the quality and finish both shall comply with the samples
approved by the Architect/Consultant & owner.
All steel, brass, bronze, aluminium and stainless steel articles shall be submitted for
test for strength, if so, required by the Architect/Consultant & owner, at the
contractor's expenses.
All brazing and welds are to be executed in a clean and smooth manner, rubbed
down and left in the flattest and tidiest way, particularly where exposed.
Chromium plating shall be in accordance with B.S. 1224 or as per approved
specifications for "normal outdoor conditions", and shall be on a base material of
copper or brass.

GLAZIER
All glass to be approved manufacture complying with is: 3548-1966, or as per
approved quality and sample, to be of the quality specified and free from bubbles,
smoke wanes, air holes and other defects.

The compound for glazing to metal is to be a special non-hardening compound
manufactured for the purpose and of a brand and quality approved by the
Architect/Consultant & owner.

In cutting glass, proper allowance shall be made for expansion each square of
glazing to be in whole sheet. On completion, clean all glass inside and out, replace
all cracked, scratched or broken panes and leave in good condition to the
satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant & owner.

PAINT & POLISHING
All materials required for the works shall be of specified and approved
manufacture, delivered to the site in the manufacture's containers with the seals,
etc. unbroken and clearly marked with manufacturer's name or trade-mark with a
description of the contents and colour. All materials are to be stored on the site of
the works.

Spray painting with approved machines will be permitted only if prior written
approval has been obtained from the Architect/Consultant. No spraying will be
permitted in the case of priming neither coats nor where the soiling of adjacent
surface is likely to occur. The nozzle and pressure to be so operated as to give an
even coating throughout to the satisfaction of the Architect/Consultant. The paint
used for spraying is to comply generally with the specification concerned which is
to be specifically prepared by the manufacturer for spraying. Thinning of paint
made for brushing will not be allowed.

Wood preservation shall be Solignum or other equal and approved impregnating
wood preservative, and all concealed woodwork shall be so treated.




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   All brushes, tools, pots, kettles, etc. used in carrying out the work shall be clean and
   free from foreign matter, and are to be thoroughly cleaned out before being used
   with a different type of class of material.

   All iron or steel surfaces shall be thoroughly scrapped and rubbed down with wire
   brushes and shall be entirely free from rust, mill scale, etc. before applying the
   priming coat.

   Surfaces of new woodwork, which are to be painted, are to be rubbed down,
   knotted and stopped to the approval of the Architect/Consultant & owner.

   Surfaces of previously painted woodwork which are to be repainted shall be
   cleaned with soap and water, detergent solution or approved solvent to remove
   dirt, grease, etc. whilst wet the surfaces shall be flatted down with a suitable
   abrasive and then rinsed down and allowed to dry. Minor areas of defective paint
   shall be removed by scrapping back to a firm edge and the exposed surface
   touched in with primer as described and stopped with putty. Where woodwork has
   been previously painted or polished and is to be newly polished, the same shall be
   prepared with scrapping, burning off or rubbing down.
   Surfaces of previously painted metal which are to be repainted shall be cleaned
   down and flatted down as described in surfaces of previously painted woodwork.
   Minor areas of defective paint and any rust and loose scale shall be removed
   completely by chipping, scrapping and wire brushing back to the bare metal and
   touched in with primer as described.


List of nominated Materials and Suppliers:
                                    BANK OF INDIA – COLOUR SCHEME
1 Paints                     I.C.I. Dulux/ Ashian paints/ Berger
2 Wood Preservative          Bison by British paints/ Thermiseal by PCI
3 Ply wood                   Sarda plywood Duro Ply ( Mr Grade)/ Green Ply
4 False Ceiling              Armstrong/ India Zypsom
5 Laminates As per Drawing
6 Screws                     G.K.W. / Nettle fold
7 Adhesive                   Fevicol SH
8 Locks                      Godrej
9 Knight latch               Godrej
10 Aluminium door frame      Jindal
11 Glass                     Modi/ Asahi / Saint gobin
12 Aluminium Cladding        Eurobond/ Altobond/ Alukbond
13 Key board drawer          EBCO
14 Telescopic Cpu Stand      EBCO
15 Cable Manager             EBCO
16 Vitrified tiles           EURO/ RAK
Note : Laminate use
                             Silicon 9850 sf
                             Green lam 9008 super Matt
                             Green lam 291 suede
                             Green lam 231 suede




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INTERIOR PLAN OF MID CORPORATE BRANCH




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BOQ FOR PROPOSED INTERIOR WORKS
AT MID CORPORATE BRANCH, BANK OF INDIA
SL.NO.     DESCRIPTION OF WORK        QTY                    UNITS   RATES   AMOUNT

I-1   Flooring                                          25   Sqft
      Providing & laying of 2'x2' Vitrified Tile
      Flooring of approved make & shade
      Viz. RAK (IMP-OFGY) or EURO
      (ATHENA) over necessary leveling
      screed of 1:4 cement mortar (20mm
      thick) with proper slope wherever
      required including pointing of the
      joints with white cement and
      matching pigments, curing etc.
      complete in all respects (excluding
      Toilets and Non-Customer area)


I-2   False Ceiling (Armstrong) Providing 975.0              Sqft
      & fixing in position false ceiling in
      Armstrong 600 x 600 mm x 15/16
      mm Dune Supreme RH 99 Prima
      tile with Tegular edge framework
      as specified by Armstrong Co. with
      suspenders wherever required.
      Making necessary framework for
      A.C. ducting, if any, and necessary
      cutouts for diffusers and light
      fittings, taping and finishing to
      proper line & level, including
      making grooves and trap doors
      for A.C unit in 18mm thick M.R.
      Grade Plywood with Stainless Steel
      hinges & locks with moulding 1” x
      1” for edges including finishing
      with White Plastic Emulsion Paint
      etc. complete in all respects.
      (Note:- Only the plan area will be
      measured for payment. No extra
      payment will be made for cutouts,
      grooves, mouldings etc.)




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I-3   False Ceiling (Gypsum Board)         1650.0         Sqft
      Providing & fixing in position false
      ceiling in Gypboard 12mm thick for
      horizontals & verticals fixed over
      G.I. framework as specified by
      India Gypsm Co. Ltd. including
      trap doors for A.C unit in 18mm
      thick M.R. Grade Plywood with
      Stainless Steel hinges & locks with
      moulding 1” x 1” for edges
      including finishing with White
      Plastic Emulsion Paint etc.
      complete in all respects.
I-4   Providing and applying White                 3550   Sqft
      Plastic paints of Asian Paints/ ICI
      DULUX/BERGER and Sporty Yellow-
      X104 Shade of Royal Luxury
      Emulsion of Asian Paints in
      minimum 2 coats including
      scrapping opening of existing
      cracks, filling up of "V" cracks with
      epoxy expandable putty to
      required depths, making good
      weak plastered/unplastered
      surfaces with cement plaster
      wherever required. palti &making
      good existing surface to receive
      new paints including cleaning on
      completion of painting work etc.
      Complete in all respects.




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I-5   Partly Glazed Full Height Partition          355   Sqft
      Providing and fixing in position
      partly glazed low height partition
      (21/2" thick) in frame work with T.W.
      vertical members at 2' c/c and 3
      horizontal members at equal
      distance comprising of 2"x1½" T.W.
      Section with 6mm plywood on
      both sides finished with 1mm thick
      laminates of approved make and
      shade as shown in drawing no.(14)
      or (3). Item to include 12mm thick
      glass (clear/frosted) to be fixed as
      shown in drawing. The exposed
      edges of the glass to be finished in
      mirror polish. T.W. runner should be
      melamine polished in matching
      colour of laminate etc complete in
      all respects.

I-6   Partly Glazed Low Height Partition           75    Sqft
      Providing and fixing in position
      partly glazed low height partition
      (21/2" thick) in frame work with T.W.
      vertical members at 2' c/c and 3
      horizontal members at equal
      distance comprising of 2"x1½" T.W.
      Section with 6mm plywood on
      both sides finished with 1mm thick
      laminates of approved make and
      shade as shown in drawing no.(14)
      or (3). Item to include 12mm thick
      glass (clear/frosted) to be fixed as
      shown in drawing. The exposed
      edges of the glass to be finished in
      mirror polish. T.W. runner should be
      melamine polished in matching
      colour of laminate etc complete in
      all respects.




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I-7   Soild Full Height Partition Providing         800   Sqft
      and fixing in position solid full
      height/Low height partition in frame
      work including door in 2'x2' grid
      (Horizontally and vertically)
      comprising of 2"x11/2" T.W. Section
      with 6mm thick plywood on both sides
      finished with 1mm thick laminates of
      approved make and colour as shown
      in draing. Item to include 2"x2" T.W.
      member for finished in melamine
      polish of matching laminate colour as
      directed including all necessary
      stainless steel finish fittings/hardware,
      door closers, Godrej locks and wood
      preservative paint etc. as per list of
      approved material and as approved
      by the project Consultant/Bank
      complete in all respects. (Note:- in
      case of false ceiling, the vertical T.W.
      mambers to be fixed with pucca
      ceiling but the area of partition
      payable will be below the false ceiling
      only)

I-8   Front Office Counter:                          6    Rft
      Providing and fixing in position Front
      Office Counter 2'-6" wide as per
      drawing No. (1-A, 1-B, 1-C, 1-D & 15)
      comprising of the following complete
      in all respects.
      i) Working top made with 25mm thick
      plywood finished with 1mm thick
      laminate. Outside edge of the
      working top shall be provided with
      1¼"x1" Teak Wood moulding finished
      with melamine polish. Inside edge will
      be provided with ½"x1" T.W. beading
      patti with melamine finish.
      ii) Vertical facia (Apron) made with
      18mm thick plywood finished with
      1mm thick laminate with 1mm thick
      groove at the joint of laminates of two
      different shades.
      iii) Vertical drop (horizontal band) shall
      be provided on the facia below the
      working top made with 18mm thick
      plywood finished with 1mm thick
      laminate with provision for concealed


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light, 1mm thick groove shall be
provided at the joint of two different
shades of laminate.


iv) Glazed partition above working
top to be provided with 12mm
thick clear glass cut to the
standard shape fixed to partition
as per fixing details and to boxing
with conealed S.S. finished 'D'
brackets as shown in the drawing.
The exposed edges of the glass
shall be finished in mirror polish.
v) 3'-10" high boxing (10"x10") made
with 8mm thick plywood finished with
1mm thick laminate including
providing and fixing 6mm thick square
frosted glass at a height 3'-2" above
finished floor level.
vi) 1'-9" high Boxing (5"x5") made with
12mm thick plywood finished with
1mm thick laminate.
vii) Vertical supports made with 18
mm thick plywood finished with white
enamel paint.
viii) Telescopic CPU Stand/ready
made Keyboard tray shall be
provided or approved model and
make.
ix) Footrest made with T.W. member of
size 4"x1½" finished with french polish.

x) Drawer units as per drawing shall be
provided with multipurpose Godrej
locks in Each drawer. Facia of drawer
unit shall be finished with 1mm thick
laminate and all other sides shall be
finished with white enamel paint. The
drawers will be provided with handles
(Stainless Steel finish) and channels as
per approval of the Project
Consultant/Bank.




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      xi) Boxing as per drawing made with
      12mm thick plywood finished with
      Synthetic enamel paint shall be
      provided below the table top for
      electrical conduiting and at the
      bottom for the LAN
      cabling/Telephone wire conduiting.

      The item to include all necessary
      hardware and fittings in Stainless Steel
      finish, lipping to all edges and making
      provision only for electrical fitting
      behind the front. Vertical drop and
      also in the 10"x10" boxing as shown in
      the drawing. Necessary beadings with
      melamine polish for fixing the glass are
      to be provided.


I-9   Cash Counters Providing and                 5   Rft
      fixing in position cash counter 2'9"
      wide as per drawing comprising of
      the following
      (1) Working top made with 25mm
      thick plywood finished with 1mm
      thick laminate. Outside edge of
      the working top shall be provided
      with 1 1/4x1"Teakwood moulding
      finished with melamine polish
      inside edge will be provided with
      1/2x1"T.W.beading patti with
      melamine polish.
      (2) Vertical facia (Apron) made
      with 18mm thick plywood finished
      with 1mm thick laminate with 1mm
      thick groove at the joint of
      laminate of two different shades.
      (3) Vertical drop (horizontal band)
      shall be provided on the facia
      below the working top made
      18mm thick plywood finished with
      1mm thick laminate with provision
      for concealed light, 1mm thick
      groove shall be provided at the
      joint of two different shades of
      laminate.


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(4) Glazed paritition of 1"-4" height
above working top provided with
12mm thick toughened and
frosted glass besides non-
transparent film from inside fixed to
partition as per fixing details and to
boxing with concealed S.S.
Finished 'D' brakets as shown in the
drawing. The exposed edges of
the glass shall be finished in mirror
polish.
(5) Transaction top shall be
provided with 12mm toughened
glass (party glazed partly forsted)
fixed horizontally with concealed
stainless steel D bracket Both
exposed edges (inside and
outside) shall be moulded and
finished in mirror polish.
(6) Glazed partition having height
1'0" above the transaction top (in
facia) shall be provided with
12mm thick glass clear with cut out
of 8"x4" as per drawing. The edges
of cut out and the top edge of
glass are to be mirror polished and
to be fixed to partition as per fixing
details and to boxing with
concealed S.S. finished 'D'
brackets as shown in glass clear
above the slit to be fixed to
partition as per fixing details and to
boxing with concealed S.S. finished
'D' brackets as shown in the
drawing. The exposed edges shall
be finished in mirror polish.
(7)7"X7" high boxing (10"x10" made
with 18mm thick plywood as per
drawing with 1-6" horizontal)
extension at the top including
providing and fixing 6mm thick
square frosted glass at a height of
5" 11" above finished floor level.




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(8) Telescopic CPU stand/ready
made keyboard tray shall be
provided of approved model and
make.
(9) Footrest made with T.W.
Member of size 4"x1 1/2" finished
with french polish.
(10) 1'-9" high boxing (5"x5") made
with 12mm thick plywood finished
with 1mm thick laminate are to be
provided.
(11) Drawer units as per drawing
shall be provided and each
drawer should have vertical
partitions for Godrej locks. Facia of
drawer unit shall be finished with
1mm thick laminate and all other
sides shall be finished with white
enamel paints. The drawers will be
provided with handles (Stainless
steel finish) and channels as per
approval of the project
consultant/Bank.
(12)Boxing as per drawing made
with 12mm thick plywood finish
with Synthetic enamel paint shall
be provided below the table top
for electrical conduiting and at the
bottom for the Lan
cabling/Telephone wire
conduiting.
The item to including all necessary
hardware and fitting in stainless
steel finish, lipping to all edges and
making provision only for electrical
fitting behind the vertical drop and
also in the 10"x10" boxing as shown
in the drawing. Necessary
besdings with matching melamine
polish for fixing the glass are to be
provides as per drawing/as
directed.




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I-10   Providing and fixing in position       160.0   Sqft
       7'0"x7'0" high partly glazed partition
       for Cash Cabin as per drawing.
       Including door in frame work at
       2'x2' grid (Horizontally and
       Vertically) comprising of 2"x1 1/2"
       T.W. Section and as per frame
       work shown in the drawings with
       6mm plywood on both sides
       finished with 1mm thk. laminate of
       approved shade and colour as
       shown in drawings. Item to as per
       design and 2"x2" T.W. memeber for
       door sides and glass sides and T.W.
       door frame to take8mm thick glass
       with etching and frosting. the door
       will be provided with T.W. louvers
       finished in melamine polish of
       matching laminate colour.
         The door are also to be provided
            with Godrej Night Latch. Two
             wooden trays are also to be
               provided as per drawing.
        Necessary cutouts are to provided
         in the glass and the edges of the
         glass cutouts are to be finished in
            mirror polish. All exposed T.W.
       surfaces to be finished in melamine
       polish of matching laminate colour
        as directed including all necessary
                  Stainless steel finish
           fitting/hardware, door closers;
                Godrej locks and wood
         preservative paints etc. as per list
            of approved material and as
               approved by the project
          Consultant/Bank complete in all
                       respects.




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I-11   CONFRANCE TABLE                             28   Rft
       Providing and fixing in position
       Confrance table, 2'-6" wide a)
       comprising of the following
       complete in all respects.
       i) Working top made with 25mm
       thick plywood finished with 1mm
       thick laminate. Outside edge of
       the working top shall be provided
       with 1¼"x1" Teak Wood moulding
       finished with melamine polish.
       Inside edge will be provided with
       ½"x1" T.W. beading patti with
       melamine finish.
       ii) Vertical facia (Apron) made
       with 18mm thick plywood finished
       with 1mm thick laminate with 1mm
       thick groove at the joint of
       laminates of two different shades.
       iii) Vertical drop (horizontal band)
       shall be provided on the facia
       below the working top made with
       18mm thick plywood finished with
       1mm thick laminate with provision
       for concealed light, 1mm thick
       groove shall be provided at the
       joint of two different shades of
       laminate.


       iv) Glazed partition above working
       top to be provided with 12mm
       thick clear glass cut to the
       standard shape fixed to partition
       as per fixing details and to boxing
       with conealed S.S. finished 'D'
       brackets as shown in the drawing.
       The exposed edges of the glass
       shall be finished in mirror polish.




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v) 3'-10" high boxing (10"x10")
made with 8mm thick plywood
finished with 1mm thick laminate
including providing and fixing 6mm
thick square frosted glass at a
height 3'-2" above finished floor
level.
vi) 1'-9" high Boxing (5"x5") made
with 12mm thick plywood finished
with 1mm thick laminate.
vii) Vertical supports made with 18
mm thick plywood finished with
white enamel paint.
ix) Footrest made with T.W.
member of size 4"x1½" finished with
french polish.
xi) Boxing as per drawing made
with 12mm thick plywood finished
with Synthetic enamel paint shall
be provided below the table top
for electrical conduiting and at the
bottom for the LAN
cabling/Telephone wire
conduiting.
The item to include all necessary
hardware and fittings in Stainless
Steel finish, lipping to all edges and
making provision only for electrical
fitting behind the front. Vertical
drop and also in the 10"x10" boxing
as shown in the drawing.
Necessary beadings with
melamine polish for fixing the glass
are to be provided.




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I-12   Providing and fixing Entrance door 110.0          Sqft
       (glazed) as per drawing in silver
       Anodised aluminium door
       section(jindal make) in top and
       bottom, glazed with 12mm thick
       glass of approved make with
       eatching and forsting. Item to
       including floor spring, lock all
       necessary hardware of stainless
       steel finish as approved by the
       project Consultant/ Bank
       Complete in all respects.
       a) With clear glass
I-13   Providing and fixing Glass partition 215.0        Sqft
       (glazed) as per drawing in silver
       Anodised aluminium section(jindal
       make) in top and bottom, glazed
       with 12mm thick glass of approved
       make with eatching and forsting.
       all necessary hardware of stainless
       steel finish as approved by the
       project Consultant/ Bank
       Complete in all respects.

I-14   Making And Providing Wall                   1.0   Each
       Mounted Slip holder and writing
       top with cheque drop box at
       below of 1'6"x4'0"x3'6" size. Made
       by 18mm Ply with 1mm silver foil
       Laminate Finish, top will be 8mm
       glass to view the kind of slips with
       division for all kind of slips.

I-15   File Cabinates         Providing and 230.0        Sqft
       fixing in position Full height
       Storage/Low height Storage/Back
       Storage(Cerdenza) as shown in
       drg. Respectively using plywood of
       reqired thickness finished with 1mm
       thick laminate as shown in the
       drawing and all other sides shall be
       finished with white enamel paints
       as detailed therein. The storage
       unites shall be provided with


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       handles (Stainless Steel finish) as
       per approval of the project
       Consultant/Bank.
       ALLexposed plywood surfaces to
       be finished with 1mm thk. laminate
       of approved make & shade and
       all exposed edges of plywood to
       have 1"x1/4" T.W.lipping. All
       exposed T.W. sections to be
       melamined in matching colour
       laminate and internal surfaces to
       have white enamel paints as
       directed. Item to including all
       necessary hardware and fitting in
       stainless finish,Godrej multipurpose
       locks including magnetic ball
       catcher etc. Complete in all
       respects.

I-16   Providing and fixing at site Top
       Mounted/Floor mounted Door
       closures with installation complete
       with cutting of floor.
       A) Top Mounted Door closures                2.0   Each
       (HardWyn or Equ.)
       B) floor Mounted Door closures              4.0   Each
       (HardWyn or Equ.)




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I-17   Providing and fixing in position
       Manager's Table of size 5'6"x2'6" as
       per drawing Officer's and Clerk
       Table of size 4'6"x2'3" as per
       drawing including side
       storage.(credenza) by useing
       25mm thick plywood for top and
       18mm thick plywood for all other
       horizontal and vertical members.
       Telescopic CPU Stand/ ready
       made kyboard tray shall be
       provided of approved model and
       make. Foorest made with T.W.
       polish.side srorage (credenza) as
       per drawing shall be provided.
       Facia of side storage (credenza)
       shall be finished with 1mm thick
       laminates as shown in the drawing
       and all other sides shall be finished
       with white enamel paint. the side
       storage (credenza) shall be
       provided with handles (stainless
       steel finish )and channels as per
       approval of the project Consulant
       Bank.All exposed plywood
       surfaces to be finished with 1mm
       thk. laminate of approved make &
       shade, and exposed edges of
       table top & ply vertical to have
       1"x1/4" T.W. lipping.
         All exposed T.W. sections to be
       melamined and internal surfaces
       to have white enamel paint as
       directed. The item to include
       plywood boxing, All necessary
       hardware and fitting in stainless
       steel finish, lipping to all edges etc.
       Complete in all respencts.
       A) AGM's Table-6'X3'                           2 Each

       B) Officer Table-5'0"X2'6"                     17 Each




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I-18    Flush Doors Providing and fixing at
        site Hinged doors in 27"/33"x84"
        size, 40mm thickness, flush door
        type partially glazed By 5mm Modi
        or Triveni Float Glass, fixed by
        1/2"x3/4" flat beading, above 2'6"
        height. With 1mm Laminate finish
        on both faces of door. Exposed
        faces will be covered by 3/4"x1.5"
        wooden battens. All exposed
        wood sections will be painted.
        brass hinges, Designer's brass or
        other polishes handle, and
        godrage locking arrange ments.
        Complete.
        a) With clear glass                 81.0            Sqft


I-19    Making and fixing of Visitor's sofa's        4.0    seat
        of 21" seat width with arms using
        upholstery cloth of require shade
        not Exceeding cost 450/- per
        meter. Cushioned by 32 density u
        foam and rubber foam on
        structure made by 18mm
        Commercial ply and 1.5"x1.5" II nd
        grade wood section. All ply and
        wood section shall be treated with
        anti termite chemical.

I-20    Providing and fixing in position               32   Sqft
        12mm soft board with upholster .

I-21    Providing and Installing in position         260    Sqft
        verticle blinds, made of 4" wide,
        stripes and powder coated
        channel on top, all complete as
        per design.
 I-22   Making And fixing of wall panelling           170   Sqft
        on columns by 18mm Commercial
        Ply with 1mm silver foil mattalic
        laminate finish.




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TOTAL Rs.
REBATES IF ANY
TOTAL AFTER REBATE




                          SEAL & SIGN OF CONTRACTOR




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